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The Irish Centre for European Law is based in Trinity College Dublin. It was founded in1988 by Senator Mary Robinson S.C. (as she then was) who served as the Centre's first Director prior to becoming President of Ireland.
ICEL 30th Anniversary Conference
3 CPD Points (Barristers) 3 General CPD Points (Solicitors) The ICEL is 30 years in existence this year and to mark this event we are holding a special afternoon conference to examine two high level themes on the European Union. Leading Irish and international speakers…
The Aarhus Convention – 20 years on
5.5 CPD Points (Barristers) 5.5 General CPD Points (Solicitors) The Convention on Access to Information, Public Participation in Decision-Making and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters (the Aarhus Convention) was adopted 20 years ago, in June 1998. It has led to a number of EU…